Bulldog Soccer Academy

Frequently Asked Questions

 Is there goalkeeper specific training available?

Yes, goalkeeper training will be incorporated into all training sessions and specific goalkeeping evaluations will be provided at the conclusion of the camp.

  What coaches will be in attendance?

Bulldog Soccer Academy is run by the Yale University men’s soccer staff. Other local coaches, including Division I, II, and III institutions will be invited to attend the camp as spectators for the event. Coaches will be provided with accurate player information for every camper.

 Will there be an athletic trainer available?

Yes, a full-time trainer will be on duty to administer to minor injuries and ailments. Prior to the camp, each camper must fill out a medical release form.  All injuries, conditions, and treatment needs should be reported to the athletic trainer prior to the first session of the camp.

 I have had an injury/schedule conflict/game rescheduled and cannot make it to the Camp...can I get a refund?

Summer College Prep ID Camps:
Your camp fee (minus a $100 administrative fee) will be refunded if you cancel within one full week prior to the start camp. At any time after that date, refunds will be made due to medical reasons only and must be accompanied by a signed medical statement on letterhead from your physician.

 I am staying overnight in New Haven or Hamden, are there any local places that are recommended?

Courtyard Marriott
30 Whalley Ave.
New Haven, CT 06511
New Haven Hotel
229 George St.
New Haven, CT 06510
Omni New Haven
155 Temple St.
New Haven, CT 06510
La Quinta Inn & Suites
400 Sargent Dr.
New Haven, CT 06511

  I don’t know the area well, are there any restaurant recommendations?

Modern Apizza
874 State St.
New Haven, CT 06520
288 York St.
New Haven, CT 06511
Box 63 American Bar & Grill
338 Elm St.
New Haven, CT 06511
Frank Pepe Pizzeria
157 Wooster St.
New Haven, CT 06511
Prime 16
172 Temple St.
New Haven, CT 06510